Sheffield Medico-Chirurgical Society
Founded 1841
The Sheffield Medico-Chirurgical Society is a forum for all branches of the medical and dental professions.

For over 175 years, it has been a focus of post-graduate activity in Sheffield and the surrounding area. The society's current format however dates form 1869

It is a part of our professional heritage. It cuts across all departmental boundaries and is an unrivalled meeting place for all members of the profession.


The society's activities have been suspeded from March 2020 due to COVID crises 

The society's 150 centenary celebration dinner will be announced in near future.


To cultivate and promote Medicine, Surgery and all the branches of associated science.
To foster personal and professional relations among members of the profession in and around Sheffield
Meetings are held Thursdays from October to March. Lectures cover a wide diversity of topics designed to be of interest to all the members. The topics are chosen from suggestions made by members.
Each meeting is followed by a meal with a glass of wine. It provides an opportunity to mix with colleagues from other disciplines in a relaxed atmosphere.
The venue is usually a lecture theatre in the Royal Hallamshire Hospital or in the Sheffield Medical School.
The society awards bursaries to undergraduate students to support them in projects which will further their education.
One meeting each year is devoted to presentation by bursary students.
Eponymous lectures are also held from time to time.
The Annual Dinner is held in March /April.
Most of the meetings have approval for CME and PGEA points.
Contact the secretaries or president for more information.